Kentucky Cabin Rentals and Lodges
Offering peace, quiet and panoramic views of some of the most scenic country in the United States, Kentucky cabin rentals attract vacationers from all over the world.
You’ll find Kentucky cabin rentals tucked away in the Cumberland foothills, seventeen Kentucky state parks offering full-service lodges and hidden cottages, Kentucky lake cabin rentals for lakeside retreats and many, many more.
Use the search below to find the perfect cottage, lodge or cabin for your next Kentucky vacation.
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Grand Rivers, KY
Green Turtle Bay is the premier marina resort on Lake Barkley in Western Kentucky. Our marina resort overlooks beautiful Lake Barkley at the eastern edge of the picturesque li...
Resting on the northern shores of Kentucky Lake, Moors Resort & Marina offers 37 lakefront and lakeside cottages, duplexes and 4-plexes, all with a view of the lake and wi...
A family operated 18 hole golf course since 1960. Located just 15 minutes from I-71 at the Carrollton exit.
Beautiful 4 bedroom lake front house on beautiful Lake Cumberland.
Falls Creek Cabins and Campground invites you to explore all that our area has to offer. Located near Cumberland Falls State Resort Park in southeastern KY, we are part ...
Nestled in the Beauiful mountains of the Red River Gorge area is Fern Valley Cabins.? These cabins are in a nice secluded enviroment, with a large picnic area across the road,...
Offers clean, comfortable space that is within walking distance of the Cumberland River and a short drive Dale Hollow Lake. The cabin offers 3 bedrooms, full kitchen, satellit...
Did you know that people from all over the world come to Red River Gorge to Rock Climb? Our resort area is known worldwide for its world class climbing on spectacular sandston...
Russell Springs, KY
Welcome to Lake Cumberland's very own Fort Wahoo. Located directly across from the entrance to the new and improved Wolf Creek Marina in Jabez, KY. Fort Wahoo is the per...
Enjoy General Butler State Resort Park’s unique setting at the confluence of the Kentucky and Ohio rivers from the scenic overlook, which is one of the highest points in...
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